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Thread: Millennium Force vs. S:ROS @ SFNE

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    Millennium Force vs. S:ROS @ SFNE

    Which is a better coaster Millennium Force or S:ROS @ SFNE.
    I think S:ROS beacause of its great layout and air time

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    MF is better, because of the sheer speed, but S:ROS is very, very close. The tunnels, huge airtime hills, and a good layout make it almost as good as MF.

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    i agree with MF becasue of its drop and drop only the rest of the ride is nothing too special imo

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    i know i have no right to say anything because never been on any but i say Millennium Force because i like it better
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    mf is better but sros comes pretty close because the layout is so good

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    This is in the wrong forum, it should be in polls.

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    This is a poll and will be moved.

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    I would have to say millennium only because of the height

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    I liked MF better. It had a much better drop and speed, and I really enjoyed the overbanked turns. It is my favorite coaster of all time!!!!!!!!!
    S:ROS has better airtime than MF, though, but MF still wins, no question about it in my mind.
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    Millenium force is way better, but how do you compare a giga coaster with a hyper. Why not just compare MF with SG2000

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    Overall, I think SROS is a better ride because it offers everything a coaster should: speed, major airtime, strong positive G's, tunnels, and a great view. It absolutely has the best layout also. The only thing MF lacks is the major airtime and the strong positive G's (helix), but I don't think it was designed for that. It was designed for speed, and it certainly has that. They are both great coasters, both offering different thrills. SROS could be the perfect coaster, if there is such a thing .

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    Even though I haven't ridden S:ROS @ SFNE, I still think that MF is better. The first drop, the speed, the tunnels, and the overbanked turns are incomparable to any other coaster, in my opinion, at least until the Heide Park giga is built.

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    MFanatic, you should ride SROS before making that judgement. It's drop is no slouch at 221 feet and 75 degrees, and 80 mph is moving along pretty good. It's two tunnels are underground and are mist-filled. And, it has two helices which provide positive g's and it has what seems like an endless amount of ludicrously airtime filled hills. I'm not knocking MF, it was an incredible experience, but OVERALL, not as good.

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    I haven't been to CP since MF opened so I have to go with SROS since SFNE is my home park and I have ridden it 22 times. I really don't think you can judge a coaster if you haven't ridden it, but I am, sorry. I heard SROS has better air time then MF, is that true? If so, than the only thing I could think that would be better is the drop which is 79 ft taller, but doesn't go underground.
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    S:ROS for the helix and more airtime hills
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    i say S:ROS two tunnels huge air and lots + g's
    i cant wait till next year S:ROS MF Magnum Nitro AC all in one trip!
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    [QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Z-MAN [/i] [B]It's drop is no slouch at 221 feet and 75 degrees. [/B][/QUOTE]
    UM actually it is 78 degrees. Sorry I just thought I would point that out.
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    mf is better

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    How can you say one is better than the other if you haven't ridden both?


    Anyways, I would also have to agree that S:ROS is a tad better. Layout and airtime are both great...the first drop on MF almost makes up for that, but S:ROS is still slightly better in my mind.

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    Millennium Force. Period.

    That's just my opinion though...
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    UM actually it is 78 degrees. Sorry I just thought I would point that out. [/B][/QUOTE]

    The sign in the station says 75 and I haven't seen otherwise. Where did you see 78? Sounds better to me .

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    Millennium Force.
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    Millennium Force by FFFFAAARRRRR. S:ROS is NOTHING compard to Millennium Force. Thats like comparing Jr. Gemini to X. Jr. Gemin kicks @$$. Its the speed of MF and agle of desecent and continous speed throughout the ENTIRE RIDE that makes it so good.

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    EvenThough i havent Ridden S:ROS At SFNE Id have to Go with it because MF thats all that ride has is speed and thats it. Very Minimun Airtime. And speed gets Boring After a while.
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    Havn't been on either, I think that MF's Sheer size would make anyone think that it is the coolest, but the layout just can't compare with S:ROS. I mean if MF wasn't supersized, S:ROS would win by far, but the only thing that is cool about MF is the drop and the constant speed, but S:ROS is like non-stop action. I would have to go with S:ROS, because of the layout.
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    MF because of its height, but SROS overall because of the layout.

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